Nathalie Olah


How to Beat Imposter Syndrome

Read an exclusive extract from Nathalie Olah's non-fiction book, 'Steal As Much As You Can: How to Win the Culture Wars in an Age of Austerity'.


Birmingham Has Lost Its Paradise: Remembering the City's Legendary Brutalist Skate Spot

Two of Birmingham's most legendary skaters on the Paradise Forum, which has been bulldozed to make way for a couple of glass-fronted office blocks.


Werner Herzog Has a Lot of Time for WrestleMania

But a lot less time for children's yoga classes.


'New York's Most Famous Unknown Artist' Is Now More Important Than Ever

Ray Johnson was the antithesis of disposable culture.


'Gulf Futurism' Is Killing People

Migrant workers are paying the ultimate price for the Blade Runner fantasies of oil princes.


'Officially Old': The Two Most Stupid Words On the Internet

Stop panicking about getting older, you idiots.


How 'Friends' Created a Generation of Neurotic, Self-Obsessed Idiots

Twenty years after it premiered, it's still making us act like dicks.


Why Is Birmingham Failing Its Children?

I grew up in the place branded a "national disgrace" by Ofsted inspectors.


Irvine Welsh Doesn't Regret Choosing Life

Discussing Savile, skag and Scottish independence with the author of Filth and Trainspotting.


It Is Absolutely NOT Confirmed That George Galloway Will Be Running for London Mayor

We met the Respect MP at his Westminster office to discuss Blair, the nuances of "lovemaking" and the potential for change in UK politics.


What 'Diana' Can Tell Us About British Media Culture

It's all a bit of a mess at the moment.


Why Does Richard Curtis Think All British People Are Frigid, Posh and White?

The director's new film is his most patronising work of middle-class propaganda to date.